This Fall we took our first steer that was born and raised on the farm
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After waiting more than a year to harvest honey from the hives we have on the farm, we were busting at
Some days it seems hard to remember that we are all part of a large and thriving ecosystem. Our to-do lists
This has been a busy spring filled with tree planting. I planted hundreds of fruit and nut trees, both
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Last fall I ordered several varieties of garlic through the USDA’s Agriculture Research Service germplasm database called GRIN (http://www.ars-grin.gov/). They offer thousands
It’s getting hot and steamy out and things are starting to get exciting around here. Beans, limas,
Haymaking equipment is expensive and requires a lot of gasoline and time on the tractor. Making hay
Our ducks are fattening up on foraged bugs and weeds from the garden. We are patiently waiting on the arrival of the
Our herd has recently doubled with the introduction of Zappa and Zevon, the Dexter heifers. Bighead(Scottish Highlander) and Omie(Jersey) have bonded and